Exposure is a foundational element in all kinds of photography. It determines the amount of information recorded when the photograph is taken. In digital photography, it’s the measure of light that reaches the camera sensor.
A perfectly exposed photo will capture the most dynamic range of the scene, so is the goal for every shutter click. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible. So before you toss those unintentionally moody, dark shots in the trash, check out our new video.
In this video, we demonstrate methods to bring underexposed images back to life. We show you the best sequence to apply adjustments to capture the most detail, what to look out for in underexposed images, and techniques to repair damages caused in the process.